What is the opinion of Reddit about the
V-MODA Crossfade LP Over-Ear Noise-Isolating Metal Headphone (White Pearl)?

A total of 8 reviews of this product on Reddit.

22 points


25th Oct 2018

That’s good to hear, Pun intended.

While I can’t currently afford new headphones my next ones might be
V-MODA Crossfade Headphones. I do enjoy the quality of mine but it would be nice to cancel noise.

Holey poop. Their $1,367.02 Canadian. But you did say they lasted 9 years and counting. I always say if something I buy lasts 1 year per $100 it’s a good deal.

Edit: These are the ones I was looking at.

1 point


15th Jan 2017

They are V-Moda Crossfade LPs, same ones as found here – https://www.amazon.com/V-MODA-Crossfade-Over-Ear-Noise-Isolating-Headphone/dp/B003BYRGJU

They are wired and have been working fine with the other controllers, its just this new one that is causing me problems.

1 point


29th Aug 2014

I use the V-Moda LP as backups for my HD 25’s. You could probably grab the V-Moda’s for around $100 online.

One link I quickly found

1 point


12th Jun 2016

I have a pair of the LPs, paired with the XL ear cushions and the boom pro mic. It’s a pretty decent setup for gaming (main reason for purchase), lots of bass, great sound. Ears get a bet warm after some time due to closed back, but still comfortable for flights and at work.

Overall it is like /u/kronbison mentioned, it’s a completely different class of headphones. That being said, I also have a pair of AKG K511 headphones as spares and still chose to order the Sennheisers today as I’m looking for some new open back options.

1 point


14th Apr 2016

I understand that you’re looking at on-ear headphones, while i don’t vouch for them while traveling, you can look at V-Moda crossfade LP
They are great and can take a beating, been using them for 1.5 years. Currently on sale on Amazon, so you can get them for $120! They’re fancy looking so they may get stolen =\

I don’t use on-ear headphones while on the road, so here’s how I do it.
I actually carry two separate things while traveling anywhere. I believe on-ear headphones are bulky and I use them at home, while on the road I use V-Moda BassFreq earphones. They’re discontinued now, but Klipsch Image Series are great too. (They’re super durable)

For the noise canceling bit, I use Dubs Acoustic Filters

Dubs are essentially earplugs, but they look good, and functionally, don’t muffle the sound while still reducing it by a significant amount – worn it on flights with crying kids and I was surprised at how little the crying kids bothered me.

Both these things together cost around $125, serve different purposes and are small and light to carry!

Source: Used them personally, and I’m a struggling DJ/producer so I try to get whats best for my ears =)
Also, I’m a V-Moda fanboy so my opinion may seem one-sided, but it is still noteworthy.

1 point


12th Jun 2015

I have these

If youre interested

0 points


3rd Jan 2014

V-Moda Crossfade LP?

The CHC Silverado do sound better, imo, and are currently on sale, but dunno if copper is fashionable enough for her.